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AP1000
The AP1000 is an advanced 1117 to 1154 MWe nuclear power plant that uses the forces of nature and simplicity of design to enhance plant safety and operations and reduce construction costs.
The Westinghouse AP1000 is a logical extension of its AP600 plant. Design studies have shown that a two-loop configuration could produce over 1000 MWe with minimal changes in the AP600 design. The primary purpose of developing the AP1000 was to retain the AP600 design objectives, design details and licensing basis, while optimizing the power output, thereby reducing the resulting electric generation costs.
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AP1000

The AP1000 is an advanced 1117 to 1154 MWe nuclear power plant that uses the forces of nature and simplicity of design to enhance plant safety and operations and reduce construction costs.
The Westinghouse AP1000 is a logical extension of its AP600 plant. Design studies have shown that a two-loop configuration could produce over 1000 MWe with minimal changes in the AP600 design. The primary purpose of developing the AP1000 was to retain the AP600 design objectives, design details and licensing basis, while optimizing the power output, thereby reducing the resulting electric generation costs.

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Album name:Rennhack / AP1000 APWR
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Keywords:AP1000
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Date added:Jul 19, 2006
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